Dr. Amit Bengani
  • Academic Qualifications :
    1. M.S. ( General Surgery ) Gauhati Medical College, Gauhati
    2. Fellow of Indian Association of Gastro Intestinal & Endoscopic Surgeons (FIAGES), New Delhi ( 2013)
    3. Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery ( FMAS) from BHU, Varanasi ( 2014)

  • Professional Experience :
    1. Senior Residency (Urology) – 2008-2009 Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi.
    2. Senior Residency Surgery (3 years) – Sardar Vallabhav Bhai Patel Hospital, New Delhi.
    3. Fellow of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal & Endoscopic Surgeons of India in August 2013 at Action Balaji Hospital, New Delhi.
    4. Laparoscopic Training & Surgical Associate at Maurya Sachkhand Hospital, Agra & Bhatia Global Hospital, New Delhi.
    5. Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery from Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi in August 2014.
    6. Assistant Professor in Department of Surgery at Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College & Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar Hospital, Raipur.

  • Expertise in Surgical Intervention :
    Trained to perform Basic and Advanced Laparoscopic surgery
    • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
    • Laparoscopic Appendectomy
    • Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy
    • Laparoscopic Spleenectomy
    • Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
    • Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia, Ventral Hernia, Paraumbilical Hernia, Incisional Hernia Repair
    • Laparoscopic Colectomies
            • Rt Hemicolectomy,
            • Lt Hemicolectomy,
            • Anterior Resection,
            • Low Anterior resection,
            • Abdomino Perineal resection
    • Laparoscopic Gastrectomy
    • Pancreatic Surgeries
            • Whipple’s preocedure
            • Freys procedure
            • Pseudocyst of pancreas
                    Laparoscopic Cystogastrostomy,
                    Laparoscopic Cystojejunostomy
    • Liver & bile Duct Surgeries
            • Bile duct stricture
            • Choledochal cyst
            • Liver Resections – Right, Left and Central Hepatectomies for Hepatic carcinoma
            • Liver Transplantation
    • Shunt Surgery & Devascularisation Surgery for Portal Hypertension

  • Unique Cases Performed by Dr. Amit Bengani :
    1. A 65 years / Female patient from Bemetra presented with complaints of something coming per anus. She was diagnosed to have Carcinoma Anal Canal. On CECT Abdomen, a large left ovarian cyst of size 11 cm X 10 cm was found incidentally. The volume of the cyst wall approx 300 ml. SILS Ovarian Cystectomy was done and patient was relieved of the large cyst and was discharged in healthy condition the next post operative day.
    2. An 18 years/ Male Patient from Charoda had ingested the cap of the bottle of wine and reported to hospital 24 hours after the incident. He was unable to swallow anything and had swelling in the neck. Upon investigation and X-rays the foreign body was lodged in the crico – oesophageal junction with extensive oedema surrounding the foreign body. It took much hardship to dislodge the foreign body. The foreign body was removed endoscopically under GA. The patient had also history of ingestion of bells in the past. The patient was stable and accepting orally at the time of discharge.
    Recently Laparoscopic SILS Appendicectomy was performed and patient was discharged the next post operative day.
    3. Another Feather Attached To The Cap. A 30 years old male patient from Balod District was suffering from weakness, loss of appetite and weight loss for 6-8 months. Upon investigation patient was diagnosed to have Carcinoma colon (right side). The cancerous growth was in the Hepatic flexure of colon. It was difficult for him to carry his agricultural work. Laparoscopic Extended Right Hemicolectomy with Extra Corporeal Ileo-Transverse Anastomosis was done. Patient was mobilized on 2nd post operative day. Liquid diet followed by soft diet was started on 5th post operative day. Patient was discharged comfortably on 7th post operative day.

  • Another Jewel In the crown :
    A 17 years old male patient came to me with CT Scan abdomen showing Carcinoma Rectum with invasive to prostatic capsule. Colonscopic biopsy came to be moderately differentiated adeno carcinoma of rectum. Down staging of the tumor was done with chemoradiation and then patient was taken for surgery after nutritional build up and correction of haemoglobin. Laparoscopic Abdomino Perineal Resection (APR) with permanent Descending End Colostomy was done. Patient was started orally on second post operative day and was discharged in stable condition on eighth post operative day.

    A 39 years old male patient having complaints of bleeding per rectum with decreased appetite. Patient’s haemoglobin was very low. Upon investigations and colonoscopy a growth in the splenic flexure of colon was seen. Biopsy came out to be moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma of colon. After blood transfusions and nutritional build up and optimizing the patient, surgery was planned. Laparoscopic Left Hemicolectomy with Extra Corporeal Transverse Sigmoid (Side To Side) Anastomosis was done. Patient was mobilized on the second day of surgery and oral diet was started from fifth day and patient was discharged in stable condition on nineth post operation day.

    A 45 years old female patient presented with left upper abdominal lump. Upon Investigation ( CT Scan of Abdomen and CT Guided FNAC) the lump came out to be GIST (Gastro Intestinal Stromal Tumor). Initially the lump was confined to the Left hypochondrium but when the patient again presented in OPD after few months, the lump had almost reached up to the umbilicus and was crossing it. The size of the mass was 20 cm X 20 cm. Patient was taken up for GIST Excision with wedge resection of stomach. A huge 4kg tumor was excised with solid & cystic components. The tumor was arising from the posterior wall of the stomach and was in the lesser sac and was abutting the spleen, pancreas, stomach, transverse colon and the surrounding major vessels. After the surgery, patient was started on oral liquid diet from 4th Post OP day.